• Bicycle Safety Program

  • FEMA Flood Maps

    To view the FEMA map that went into effect March 16, 2015, click here.

    Click here for the maps that are being considered for publication; it will be a 10 – 15 month process for these to go into effect, we will have an opportunity to comment on them based on our experience.

  • Cleanup Day!

    Join our Park and Recreation Board in an effort to clean up our roadways, parks, neighborhoods, and open spaces.

    Saturday, April 25, 2015 9:00am-1:00pm

    Bags and gloves provided.

    Free refreshments at the Borough Hall!

    See flyer.

  • Fundraiser for Tullytown Fire Company

    Come out and grab some food and a drink to support our local heros, the Fire Company!

    May 2, 2015 11 am - 11 pm

    Ariana's Pizza
    230 Levittown Parkway

    see flyer

  • Flushing of Water Mains

    The Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority will be flushing the water mains.

    See flyer for details.

    There may be slight discoloration in the water. This process takes about an hour. Water Residents are advised to refrain from using water for drinking, cooking, or washing clothes while the flushing is in progress.

  • TEMPORARY OFFICE RELOCATION

    ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS TEMPORARILY RELOCATED TO 578 MAIN STREET, TULLYTOWN. (Entrance from Bordentown Road)
  • SEPTA Plans for Levittown Train Station

    From Bucks County Courier Times:
    "The rundown Levittown Train Station will be replaced with an estimated $24 million modern facility, officials said Friday.
    “This is a long time in coming,” Lt. Gov. James Cawley, of Middletown, said during the celebratory announcement at the station off Route 13 and the Levittown Parkway in Tullytown. “The design of the 1950s has far outlived its usefulness.”

    Architect's plans are available for the proposed work are now available
    here.

  • PennDOT Encourages Motorists To Call 1-800-FIX-ROAD Or Go Online To Report Potholes

    PennDOT is reminding motorists that potholes and other roadway concerns on state roads can be reported by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD or visiting www.dot.state.pa.us and clicking on “Submit Feedback.”

    See flyer for additional details.

  • Town Watch

    If you are a local resident interest in finding more information about or joining Town Watch you are welcomed to attend a meeting or contact the police department for more information.
  • Rt 13 Improvement Project

    Major traffic pattern changes for the Rt 13 Improvement Project will be occurring during the next few months.
    For more information and the latest updates on the project, click here.
  • Veteran’s Bus Available

    The Bucks County Transportation program is please to announce a new bus is available to veterans for transportation to the Philadelphia and Coatsville VA medical centers.
    Click here for more information and a schedule.

  • Tullytown TV


    The Tullytown Borough Cable Channel is available on Comcast Channel 965 for those who live in Tullytown Borough. The Cable Channel is also available on Verizon FIOS Channel 36 for those in Tullytown and the surrounding area.

    If you are looking for videos of the latest Tullytown Borough Council Meeting or other special event videos please visit our Pictures and Videos section.

  • Interested in Volunteering on a Borough Committee?

    There are vacancies on the following committees:

    • Open Space Committee
    • Environmental Advisory Council
    • Cable Advisory Committee



    For more information, Tullyown Borough residents may contact Nancy Conner at (215) 945-5290 or by email at nconner@tullytownboro.org.

  • Deter Bicycle Theft

    More and more people are using bicycles for transportation, exercise, sport, and just plain fun. This gain in popularity makes bicycle theft very profitable.

    The best tool to help the Police in combating this crime this crime is properly securing your bicycle and bike registration. Registration of a serial number and other identifying marks enables the Police to easily trace a stolen bicycle to its rightful owner.

    Tullytown residents may register their bicycle with the
    Tullytown Police Department by Appointment Only: (215) 945-0999.

  • Tullytown Police

    578 Main St.
    Tullytown, PA 19007
    215-945-0999
    Administrative Offices
    Open 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Closed Saturday & Sunday
    Visit The Police Website
  • Borough Administration

    578 Main St.
    Tullytown, PA 19007
    215-945-1560
    Open 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Closed Saturday & Sunday
  • Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority

    If you have a water or sewer emergency, please call:

    • (215) 945-1170 - Water
    • (215) 946-0731 - Sewer